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Feb 21, 2013 10:00pm PST
and looked i was like wow, that was a lot. >> reporter: a lot of concern about the over all economy remains after weak sales reported from sales and weakening consumer confidence. maureen naylor, ktvu. >>> a mansion in hillsboro is up for sale at a jaw dropping size that does not take any concern to the economy. but there's a condition of sale. the 16,000 square foot home sits on 40 acres of land it was built in 1914. the mansion boasts a swimming pool, grand ballroom, a library and 11 bedrooms. the price $100 million, but the owner does not want to move out until he dies. >>> tonight what health officials is saying about the case. >>> and the ktvu investigation, how easy is it to buy an assault weapon just beyond the state line. we go under cover to find out. you can't move the tv there. yuh-huh. we have a wireless receiver. listen. back in my day, there was no u-verse wireless receiver that let you move the tv away from the tv outlet. we can move it to the kitchen, the patio, the closet and almost anywhere. why would you want a tv in the closet? [ both laugh ] ♪ [ fancy voice ] brillian
Feb 19, 2013 10:00pm PST
, they will hurt our economy. they will add hundreds of thousands of americans to the unemployment role. >> the whole thing i think is totally ridiculous. these people are supposed to be doing the voters business. and they're not. >> people need to be able to get their groceries, people need to be able to pay their mortgage, they need to pay their insurance, i think if they're working for people, they need to get it together in the next few days. >> reporter: no balogna, streaming chains in the food chain say democrats. reducing consumer confidence, causing people to wait. >> that waiting is what will lead to consequences later. >> reporter: republicans call that a modest decrease, a taste of the future. that this is pearing the fat. >>> lawmakers are calling for an investigation into the postal service following our exclusive report about a pricey conference. we found that they planned to send top executives to a postal forum in san francisco next month. now the u.s. house overnight economy is holding a hearing into wasteful spending. >>> we investigate banned lasers and how easy they
Feb 15, 2013 10:00pm PST
. >>> leland yee is chair of the human services committee which oversees the economy that licenses day cares. he's now calling for an investigation and says there should be full disclosures. jack's parents say they just want to keep this from happening to another child. gasia mikaelian, ktvu news. >>> what a day we had today. temperatures in the upper 60s, low 70s. it was 80 degrees in santa cruz, 75 degrees in parts of santa clara. tomorrow is going to be another nice day because this ridge of high pressure keeps everything going over the top. that changes though as we get toward the epd -- toward the end of the weekend. that's a trough of cooler air. things are changing around but not before your weekend is going to be perfect. saturday looks great. best day of the weekend is saturday the warmest. sunday is still nice but mid- 60s. temperatures outside are kind of mild right now compared to where they have been. mid-30s, upper 30s. i don't know about frost. i haven't had too many reports of frost in the last few mornings. just a really nice day. things really start to erode after saturday
Feb 18, 2013 10:00pm PST
year was. we're about probably 15 more units ahead than what we did last year so i can see the economy is coming back. >> reporter: consumer confidence wasn't an issue for this buyer he racked up 72 miles on this new truck on his test drive taking it home for approval. his chief economic indicator making his trade in -- >> especial lip -- especially when the wife says i can. >> reporter: these president's day sale promotions go back to bicycle shops that turned into car dealerships and then spread from there. deborah villalon ktvu news. >>> it is no true that burger king has been sold to mcdonalds. although someone hacked burger king's twitter feed saying that it had. more tweets followed we obscenities. another twitter posting suggested the group anonymous might be to blame. >>> some sprint customers in san francisco may already be enjoying a prelaunch of sprint's new and faster network. it will make it's new 4g network available in san francisco. sprint is playing catch up with verizon and at&t. >>> the massive spending cuts less than two weeks away and how they impact one of san f
Feb 20, 2013 10:00pm PST
. >> it certainly will slow the economy down. this is another bump in the road that we shouldn't have put there ourselves. >> reporter: the president calls the automatic cuts a meat cleaver approach. republican house speaker john boehner said today, you created it, you fix it. a north bay traveler said he is not worried. >> said recently, there is a bird that's able to fly, it has a left wing, it has a right wing, and is somehow still able to fly. so i think it will work. >> reporter: the republicans and democrats fly like that by march 1. in oakland, john sasaki, ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> nasa has released new images of the asteroid that flew by earth last week. nasa says it's the clearest picture yet. as that asteroid was headed away from earth. the images were taken over the span of about 8 hours. >>> it was warmer today than yesterday by about 5 or 10 degrees. temperatures tonight are going to get pretty chilly. that cold air that brought us snow on bay area peaks continues to filter into the area. it's settling in with light ridgeds tonight. current temperature in santa rosa is 46. 4
Feb 22, 2013 10:00pm PST
and the party of silvio belasconi is in second. whoever wins will have to deal with an economy deep in crisis. more than 1/3 of young people are unemployed. >>> state senator jerry hill is pushing a new bill for the electrification. the high speed trains would share caltrans's two track system. >>> the fda today approved a new type of drug for advancing breast cancer. south san francisco based genentech developed a drug named casala. it more effectively kills cancer cells. the drug would cost about $10,000 a month. >>> it appears this flu season has taken a real toll on american's productivity. the bureau of labor statistics shows 2 million full time workers called in last month. that is the highest number of sick calls in nearly five years. bls officials say more people typically call in sick during the winter months when illnesses like the flu are more common. >>> oakland marked an aquatic milestone. a 750-foot section of the lake merritt channel was open in 45 years. it's part of a $47 million project to connect lake merritt to the oakland and eventually to the bay. >> it's going to make a
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